Partial Differential Equations and Analysis Seminar

Contact

 Qirui Li
 61 2 6125 1020

The partial differential equations and analysis seminar is the research seminar associated with the applied and nonlinear analysis, and the analysis and geometry programs

Upcoming events

21
Nov
2017
Speaker: Professor Gilles Lancien (Universite de Franche-Comte, Besancon, France)
A coarse embedding between metric spaces is, intuitively speaking, a map which preserves, in a weak sense, the geometry at large distances.

Past events

19
Sep
2017
Speaker: Changwei Xiong (MSI/ANU)
In 1897 Hadamard proved that any closed immersed surface with positive Gaussian curvature in 3-dimensional Euclidean space must be the boundary of a convex
12
Sep
2017
Speaker: Yong Wei (ANU/MSI)
We will discuss the Laplacian flow for closed $G_2$ structures. This flow was introduced by R.
29
Aug
2017
Speaker: Feida Jiang (MSI/ANU)
In this seminar, the speaker will talk about the existence result for semilinear oblique derivative problem for augmented Hessian equations on bounded domai
22
Aug
2017
Speaker: Derek W. Robinson (ANU)
In the first part of this talk we give a brief survey of the Hardy and Rellich inequalities.
11
Aug
2017
Speaker: Shuangjian Zhang (Toronto University)
A monopolist wishes to maximize her profits by finding an optimal price policy.
23
May
2017
Speaker: Pierre Portal (MSI/ANU)
The Ornstein-Uhlenbeck semigroup is a variant of the heat semigroup that plays a fundamental role in quite distinct areas of mathematics.
11
Apr
2017
Speaker: Andrew Hassell (MSI/ANU)
In this seminar, the speaker will talk about heat kernel upper and lower bounds on asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds.
04
Apr
2017
Speaker: Sean Gomes (MSI/ANU)
The celebrated quantum ergodicity theorem of Shnirelman, Zelditch, and Colin de Verdière established that ergodic dynamical assumptions on a Hamiltonian sys
28
Mar
2017
Speaker: Dr Xuwen Zhu (Stanford University)
The moduli space of (pointed) Riemann surfaces can be naturally compactified by adding various degenerate surfaces.
21
Mar
2017
Speaker: Melissa Tacy (ANU)
Measuring the $L^p$ mass of an eigenfunction allows us to determine its concentration properties.

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